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For years, many Kurdish artists dedicated their talents to fueling Kurdish resistance to Saddam Hussein, and documenting his atrocities.
France has proposed loaning to the Israel Museum hundreds of works of art stolen from Jews during the Holocaust.
Iran and Italy have signed an agreement to cooperate in drawing up a plan aimed at reinforcing the 'Iran-Bastan' Museum's structure and to implement a renovation scheme.
Morocco and Iran intend to organise cultural days to exchange experiences in educational and cultural realms, Moroccan higher education and scientific research minister, Khalid Alioua has announced.
President Bashar al-Assad, his wife Asmaa al-Assad, King of Spain, Juan Carlos and wife Queen Sofia visited the National Museum in Damascus where an exhibition for the Spanish artist Alberto Carathone was opened.
Getting the music playing may not seem to be as high a priority as turning the lights back on, but in the eyes of some, US officials and arts groups restoring Iraq's cultural institutions are just as important to the country's rebuilding process.